It’s arguably never been more important to look for opportunities to keep tight efficiency, watch margins and COGS, and eliminate unnecessary roadblocks in your brewing business. With that in mind, the big brains behind Beer30 have finally added their most requested feature: full intergation with two of the world’s most popular accounting platforms, Xero and Quickbooks Online.
In case you don’t know how awesome this is: Syncing your systems reduces double-entry accounting — there is no need to enter data into Beer30 then again into Xero or Quickbooks Online. Beer30 can now send through payable transactions for payment and reconciliation as you receive stock. This includes costing invoices.
Cool. How can I add it?
According to Beer30’s Pulkit K. Agrawal: You hit a button. And it happens. That pretty much sums it up. But here are some expanded insights:
All costs are added into raw material and packaging supply inventory seamlessly, as soon as the items arrive onsite. When someone goes to brew or package, Beer30 takes the full landed cost and puts it into the cost of the beer.
It is similar for tax invoices (sales orders) – Beer30 takes the finished products and finished quantities/discounts/other goods – and puts those on the invoice. This can then be synced to instantly create orders and track what’s being delivered.
Once the Beer30 directory is set up and the items are mapped together with the accounting platform, you can sync your information, by hitting a button.
The most important thing to note here is – you have control over the information that is brought across, You can choose to sync what you want, when you want.